Lavender farms can be found in various parts of Washington State. The largest cluster is on the northeast corner of the Olympic Peninsula, near the town of Sequim and the surrounding Dungeness Valley. This area is widely known for premium lavender. Visitors come from around the world to experience the beauty of this fragrant valley during the lavender harvest season.
Known as “America’s Provence” after the famous region in France, the Dungeness Valley also has an ideal climate for growing lavender. Located in the rain shadow of the Olympic Mountains, these farms enjoy the abundant sunshine and low rainfall (17 inches per year–about the same as Los Angeles).
The following Washington lavender farms are family-owned. They make a great day trip or weekend getaway for those who live in the Seattle-Tacoma metro area. While lavender blooms in mid-summer, the area is also a destination for hiking, bird watching, waterfalls, history, wine tasting, and more.
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About Sequim lavender farms
The best time to visit Sequim lavender farms is late June through July. Lavender Festival Weekend is Sequim’s largest lavender event, held annually on the 3rd weekend in July.
2022 Sequim Lavender Festival is July 15-17. More info: Sequim Lavender Festival
(Listed alphabetically by name)
B&B Family Lavender Farm 5883 Old Olympic Hwy, Sequim, WA 98382. Open from 9am to 5pm daily from May through September. Free admission and free tours.
B&B grows 14,000 lavender plants of 16 varieties on 12 acres. Tours include information about the plants and a peek inside the century-old barn where the lavender is dried. There is a gift shop selling products such as candles, mala beads, dried lavender, foot spray, award-winning essential oils, and more. Customers can also order online for delivery.
Cedarbrook Lavender & Herb Farm 120 West Washington Street, Sequim, WA 98382. Giftshop open Monday to Saturday 10am to 5pm. Cottage rentals are also available on the property.
Opened in 1967, this is the first farm in Washington State to focus on handcrafted lavender items and herbs. The shop features just about everything under the sun you can imagine made from lavender- including plants themselves! Some unique items include a teddy bear with lavender inside and bath tea. Online ordering is also available.
Fleurish Lavender of Lost Mountain 1541 Taylor Cutoff Rd, Sequim, WA 98382. Open 10am to 6pm Memorial Day to Labor Day, closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Year-round visits are available with appointments. Free admission and parking.
Fleurish grows 100 varieties of lavender. There is also a fruit orchard and alpacas. The farm is chemical and pesticide-free. The farm has plenty of room for relaxing and picnics. Their shop features lavender items as well as items made from alpaca wool. Online ordering is available.
Jardin du Soleil 3932 Sequim-Dungeness Way, Sequim, WA 98382. Open daily from 10am to 5pm April through September, 9am-6pm in July. October to December open from 10am to 4pm Friday, Saturday & Sunday. Closed in January and February.
A certified organic farm. In the summer guests can help harvest and distill lavender essential oil. Check out the garden maze and visit the goats and chickens while you visit. Jardin du Soleil has a large gift shop with online ordering available. Unique items include cookies, egg-shaped soaps, and dog shampoo.
Lavender Connection 1141 Cays Rd, Sequim, WA 98382. The farm opens in June. Hours vary, check website for current hours. Free admission and a free u-pick bundle for members of the military.
Lavender Connection grows 40 varieties –most of which are available as U-Cut. Guests can watch essential oil distillation of 18 varieties. Visitors can also bring leashed pets, play lawn games, or relax and have a picnic. Dozens of lavender body and home products are available including essential oil varieties not found elsewhere. Online ordering is available.
Purple Haze Lavender 180 Bell Bottom Rd Sequim, Washington 98382. Hours vary, check the website for specific hours and for their events and class offerings.
Uses organic practices, not certified organic. The farm has an on-site vacation rental, farm animals, and ice cream and beverage stand. Yes, lavender ice cream! During the busy season, more lavender-based food is available for purchase as well with plenty of picnic space to enjoy it. The store has online ordering and features a large selection of items, including wedding favors.
Victor’s Lavender Farm 3743 Old Olympic Hwy. Sequim WA. Open Memorial Day to August 30, Tuesday through Sunday, 10am to 5pm.
Victor’s Lavender Farm grows over 100 varieties of lavender and more than one million plants! This farm is huge and also supplies plants commercially. When he’s not busy at the farm, Victor travels the world teaching and supporting farmers. Online ordering is available from the shop too. You’ll find a wide selection including pet items, live plants, gardening supplies, and all things lavender.
- Victor’s Rain Shadow Lavender 1410 Kitchen-Dick Rd. Sequim, WA, 98382. Open Memorial Day to end of September, Tuesday through Sunday 10am to 5pm. This is the newest lavender farm to the area. It is largely a no-harvest farm, with a small area for u-cut flowers. Rain Shadow features a lavender labyrinth and over 4,000 plants. A variety of classes, events, and weddings are hosted on the farm. See above for shop info.
Washington Lavender Farm 965 Finn Hall Road, Port Angeles, Washington 98362. Open daily from 10am to 5pm from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
This is a waterfront farm with a B&B that is a replica of Mount Vernon, and features tributes to George Washington throughout the grounds. The farm is located on a geothermal field and features a labyrinth, plenty of space to relax and explore, and thousands of lavender plants along with millions of wildflowers! The gift shop features lavender-themed items, as well as items paying tribute to George Washington and his family.
Dungeness Valley attractions and things to do
Here are some of the sights to see in and around the town of Sequim. These can extend your stay, whether a quick getaway or a long weekend.
Olympic Discovery Trail (ODT) along the northern edge of the Olympia Peninsula is a national regional trail that combines railroad right-of-way, rural corridors, low traffic side roads, and highway shoulder. Beginning at the town of Port Townsend, the ODT stretches westward to the Pacific Coast and the tribal community of La Push. It is the westernmost segment of the Great American Rail Trail, which extends across the United States from coast to coast. The trail is suitable for runners, walkers, and non-motorized traffic, including equestrians in some sections. The ODT is still under development and will eventually cover a distance of 130 miles, more than 80 of which are in place.
- Highlights of the ODT include Discovery Bay, Sequim Bay, the rural Dungeness River area, Port Angeles waterfront, Elwha River, the north shore of Lake Crescent, and the forested landscape of the western Olympic Peninsula.
Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge is open to the public year-round for hiking, wildlife viewing, and photography. Some portions are closed seasonally or permanently to protect sensitive species. The area is a stopping point for migrating shorebirds in spring and fall and provides calm waters for wintering waterfowl. The isolated beach shields harbor seals and their pups. And abundant eelgrass beds support young salmon and steelhead. To ensure that wildlife continues to have a peaceful place to rest and feed, certain recreational activities such as swimming, jogging, and other beach activities are allowed only in selected areas during certain times of the year. Pets, recreational activities including camping, and fires are not permitted on the Refuge as they are a disturbance for the wildlife taking solitude on the Refuge.
Dungeness River Audubon Center is an educational and interpretive center for the natural area of the Dungeness River. Visitors can see local taxidermied animals, check out the native plant garden, and see the railroad bridge. Spring 2022 note- The building is currently under construction and should reopen in June- the outdoor area, garden, and bridge are open.
Railroad Bridge Park follows a historic rail line across a rare wooden-truss bridge that spans more than 730 feet across the scenic Dungeness River. The park also features riverside trails, picnic tables, and the Dungeness River Audubon Center offering exhibits and year-round programs for the whole family. Free guided walks are a wonderful way to experience the park through the eyes of an expert. For more information, visit the WTA Railroad Bridge Park hiking guide.
Elwha River was an essential source of food and water to Indigenous tribes in the area. The construction of dams in the early 1900s has drastically altered the ecosystem. Since the 1990’s, conservation efforts are in place to help bring the salmon back and heal the land. Visitors to the area can see the changing ecosystem and may even get a chance to see a river otter!
- Madison Falls is easily accessible. The trailhead starts right after you enter Olympic National Park near Elwha. Enjoy this paved trail, ending at the beautiful falls.
Upcoming Seasonal Festivals
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